Could be a spirit animal or familiar (I mean in the spirit sense, not the physical sense), but it could also be nothing. You could also take a divinatory approach, ornithomancy. This again could lead to a spiritual cause (ie: some spirit sending the message through the birds) or again, nothing more than you projecting that unto a normal occurrence. If you are interested in exploring this idea, look into ornithomancy. Develop a practice of it.
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Apr 29, 2016
Post # 7
This is mating season for birds in the Northern Hemisphere. Most likely what you were seeing were two male birds competing for the lone female. The males can get very distracted when they are driving off a rival and will frequently fly into windows or buildings.
Honestly, I don't. It's not something I really practice. But, one could find information in books (peer reviewed would be best) on Greek and Roman divination. The Greeks looked at the flights and cries from birds for signs, and the Romans performed this under the state religion's Augury. One could also read up on some ornithology. Also, start actually bird watching.
A look at Greek divination as a whole can be found in Ancient Greek Divination by Sarah Iles Johnston. It's a good read.
Other than that, perhaps someone knows a more closer to home method for this type of divination?